Parliament Amendments to the lists of accountability: 45 thousand have the freedom to dispose of their money[/size]
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During the meeting, they discussed the names mentioned in the lists of the confiscation of movable and immovable property that were recently announced by the Accountability and Justice Commission. Al-Jubouri stressed the need for fairness from the terrorist hatchery and contributed to the building of constitutional institutions or those whose hands were not stained with Iraqi blood or Public money.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives during the meeting on the need to conduct a careful review of the lists mentioned and take into account all the comments raised by many of the executive, legislative and popular.
He explained that "the parliament will take a number of measures in cooperation with the accountability and justice to address these problems and equity of those affected by the practices of the former regime to be laws and decisions fair, fair and humanitarian for all segments of Iraqi society."
He pointed out that "the previous arrest procedures included 49700 people, while the lists of the confiscation of the last included 4354 people only, allowing the thousands of those who booked their money in accordance with previous decisions and laws to act freely."
The Justice and Accountability Commission in Iraq called on the government to confiscate the property of dozens of officials under Saddam Hussein and their relatives.
The letter was sent to the government secretariat and ministers of finance, justice and agriculture, including the names of ministers and leaders of the Baath party who were imprisoned, dead or executed, as well as their wives, children, grandchildren and second-degree relatives.
Saddam Hussein's cousin Ali Hassan al-Majid, the "chemical Ali" who was executed in 2010, and Saddam's half-brother, Barzan Ibrahim al-Hassan al-Tikriti, who was executed in 2007.
The list included Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan, who was executed in 2007, and Saddam's special secretary, Abdul Hamid Mahmoud, known as Abdul Hamoud, who was executed in 2012.
Tarek Aziz, who died in 2015, was also jailed after his surrender in 2003 after the US invasion of Iraq and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein.